The Red-billed Leiothrix is a plump, brightly colored babbler that is native to Asia, from the eastern China west to the Himalayas; introduced to Hawaii, Japan, Reunion Island, and parts of Europe. It has become a common cagebird and amongst aviculturists and goes by various names: Pekin Robin, Pekin Nightingale, Japanese Nightingale, and Japanese (hill) Robin.
The Shining Honeycreeper is a small, warblerlike tanager found in the tropical New World in Central America from southern Mexico to Panama and northwest Colombia. It is sometimes considered to be conspecific with the Purple Honeycreeper, but the 2 species breed sympatrically in eastern Panama and northwest Colombia.
The Paradise Tanager is a brilliantly multicolored, medium-sized songbird found in humid tropical and subtropical forests in the western and northern Amazon Basin in South America, it occurs in Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil and the Guianas.
The Red-headed Woodpecker is an incredibly striking bird, with an entirely crimson head, a snow-white body, and half white, half inky black wings. This bird has been called a "flying checkerboard due to its boldly patterned plumage.
The Prairie Warbler is a small, yellow warbler with black streaks down its sides. It is found in scrubby fields and forests throughout the eastern and south-central United States and not on the prairies.
The Cerulean Warbler is a small migratory songbird that breeds in mature eastern deciduous forests and spend the winters in the Andes in South America. Its population has declined dramatically due to habitat loss.
The Eurasian Wren, commonly known simply as the Wren (in Anglophone Europe) is a very small insectivorous bird, and the only member of the wren family Troglodytidae found in Eurasia and Africa (Maghreb).
The Violet-green Swallow is a small North American passerine bird in the swallow family. It is found in the West of North America, from Alaska to central Mexico where it frequents open woodlands, mountains and suburbs.
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